$370,000 sheep

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

World's Most Expensive Sheep Sells For £231,000:
A sheep has been sold for a world record price of £231,000 (about $374,000) at a livestock auction in Scotland, and is believed to have become the world's most expensive sheep.

The eight-month-old Texel tup, the farming term of an uncastrated male, called Deveronvale Perfection was bred in Banffshire by Graham Morrison at the Scottish National Texel Sale at Lanark Market. The buyer was a Fraserburgh farmer named Jimmy Douglas who was clearly impressed by the sheep's "great body and strong loin."
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